New South Wales
In principle my foamily support the Project BUT as Gunlake already know as we have had correspondence with them before, our MAJOR concern is still the amount of truck movements along Brayton Road, generally, directly past our property!
We have asked numerois times with no real answer WHY Ambrose road is not used for truck transport one hundred percent for truck transport north bound? There is no reason for and heavy vehicles to go past our property travelling north, all trucks can use Ambrose Road by turning left from the Highway by passing Marulan or if they need fuel or food from Marulan, still turn left out of Marulan, travel north, past the weighbridge,then one kilometer up the road turn left onto Red Hills Road / Ambrose Road bypassing all the properties on Brayton Road in Marulan.
We were told by Gunlake that Ambrose Road was built by the company for this reason, but trucks still do not use the road exclusivly for north bouthbound as they should.
Again, going south towards Goulburn is a different story but that being said, why is a turn right and merging lane built at the intersection of Ambrose / Red Hills Road / Hume Highway ? We are told it too dangerous but the Quarry at Carrick "Divals" has that ability turn right or left and it is safe enough??
If that was the case all trucks from all the mines north of Ambrose could use it thus no trucks going through Marulan, a lot safer for residents.
All trucks would then have to go through the weighbridges north and south, what's wrong with that as we are all about safety ???
I would like an explanation of why that right hand turn, merge lans cannot be construsted? it cant be the cost really??